Location: Szécsény, Hungary
Project name: Solidarity Roots 2.0
Hosting organization: Egyesek Youth Association
Sending organization: “Common Sense” Youth Organization
Purpose of the project: Solidarity Roots 2.0 is a 10-month volunteering project, where 10 international volunteers work together in the rural area of Hungary. Living together in Szécsény, a small town in one of the disadvantaged areas of the countryside, volunteers work with schools and youth centers and deliver English-speaking, non-formal education sessions for children and youth with fewer opportunities. During the project, volunteers discover the field of their interest and have the opportunity to develop their own initiatives. Volunteers also assist Egyesek Youth Association at training and summer camps and may be involved in other administrative tasks, while taking part in a high-quality learning process. As the volunteers come from different countries, they get to know not only Hungarian culture, but each other’s too. As the volunteers come from different countries, they get to know not only Hungarian culture but each other too.
Number of volunteers: 1 volunteer between 18-30 years old (Only Azerbaijani citizenship)
Project period – 01/02/2021 to 30/11/2021 (10 months)
Deadline: 30th November 2020
How to apply? – Please get a registration number, and apply through Youth Portal
All costs are covered by ESC
No participation fee!
Accommodation, food and transport arrangements:
Accommodation is a big family house in the town of Szécsény, where the volunteers share rooms. In the town of Szécsény, all necessary facilities (banks, pharmacy, hospital, supermarkets, restaurants,cafés, etc) are available. Szécsény is directly connected to all activity areas, you can easily reach all the locations by local transportation. Travel reimbursement, pocket money, and food allowance are provided.
Application conditions and requirements for volunteering:
Open-minded, willing to learn, team player. As the project involves working with children, the ideal volunteer would have an interest in this field and open to learning about informal educational methods. Our project is open to anyone, regardless of gender, religion, race, sexual orientation, etc.